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1 Careerforce supporting social justice

2 The need - has it changed? ,280 not for profit social services institutions 31,480 paid employed staff 10% with a qualification The challenge is to add an 0 100%

3 1.Careerforce - what do we do? 2. The NZQA qualifications review 3. Workplace based training Freedigitalphotos.net

4 Industry Training Organisations ITOs are the connection between: workforce skill requirements and developing a trained workforce employer skill needs and employee training school and employment/workplace education ITOs cover all NZ industries e.g. agriculture, building, hospitality, tourism, retail, sport, financial services, security….

5 Our sectors Youth work Social services Home & community support Mental health & addiction support Healthcare services Disability support Cleaning & pest management Aged support

6 Set, register and moderate standards (qualifications through NZQA) Arrange training with employers and employees Our mission ’is to support sustainable improvements to the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders through workforce training’ Funded by TEC

7 Training for quality Outcome: Better wellbeing for all Training Qualified workers Quality support

8 Our 12,000+ trainees Ethnicity Māori 19% Pasifika 8% NZ European 57% Other 16% Gender Women 84% Other No qualifications 25% Working less than 30 hours a week 44% Training in over 1000 workplaces

9 au whānau whānaunga whānaungatanga person family community The sector and person-centred in 2009 – looking backwards and forward…

10 NZ qualifications & their potential Our children, our choice: priorities for policy. Recommendation 9 “The MoE require all home-based educarers to be either qualified teachers, or attend & complete a required set of professional learning opportunities for home-based provision, which could be offered as modules toward an NZQA certificate in home-based Early Childhood Care & Education.” Child Poverty Action Group

11 Supporting social justice Recognise and respond to vulnerability in a health or wellbeing setting Demonstrate knowledge of child abuse Describe and implement a person-centred approach in a health or wellbeing setting

12 NZ Qualifications Review Principle “To develop a qualification suite that enables our workforce to better meet the needs of our clients, family/whānau, now and in the future. Clients needs will be forefront in our discussions” In partnership with Mātauranga Māori Review the link to whānau ora

13 Qualifications belong to NZ not education providers no more national or local qualifications One qualification - multiple programmes Qualifications are described in terms of graduate outcomes do, be & know descriptions include education and employment pathways Earn their place on the framework Programme of study or training AssessmentQualification

14 Application to develop NZQA Evaluation Application for approval NZQA Evaluation Qualification not approved Qualification approved Qualification listed NZQF Qualification review Programme developed & approved Qualification development process

15 Qualifications review

16 Workforce development & workplace learning Sector and education scan Transition readiness Organisation planning - workforce development goals Training and assessment infrastructure So what? Evidence of skills utilisation & value add

17 How? Commit to developing a Workforce Development Plan for your organisation Develop a sustainable training and assessment infrastructure Use Skills Map to identify what to cover in your training Measure the difference training is making

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19 Services to support workplace training infrastructure Workforce planning Educator support Literacy support Assessor training Moderation and professional development Reporting progress – iportal Evidence base

20 Opportunity to influence training delivery

21 Note to self Must take up this workforce development opportunity Contact:


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